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line of presidents. including eick, of course. former supreme allied commander and president of the united states. >> jimmy carter. >> i think we have a photo of him at a gun show buying some guns. >> i remember that photo. >> h.w. bush coming up next. >> this is he as well. bill clinton i didn't take him much for a hunter or of a gatherer. >> what is this thing? how do you cock this thing? >> and g.w. he looks like is he ready to go. >> you certainly know the push clan, big fans of hunting, of course, karl rove goes out hunting on a regular basis. a lot of of the bush clan go out too. >> joe biden came forward he
thing than, than going to war with allies is to go to war without allies. >> we're dealing with network global threats and if we don't provide a network global response we're always gonna to be on the back foot. >> what we need is not just nato on the conventional defense side, we need a nato alliance for economic statecraft. >> the problem is that it is an alliance that is largely sustained by american defense spending. (instrumental music) >> in a democracy, agreement is not essential, but participation is. >> never before in our history have we been so interconnected with the rest of the world. >> foreign policy is actually not foreign. >> america has faced great hardship before and each time we have risen to the challenge. >> the ultimate test is to move our society from where it is to where it has never been. >> join us as we explore today's most critical global issues, join us for great decisions. >> great decisions is produced by the foreign policy association, inspiring americans to learn more about the world. sponsorship of great decisions is provided by credit suisse, en
. the closed circle of the universe takes over. we have many u.s. allies scattered across the second and world in latin america and other places that are close allies on many things. yet in the u.n. they will continually vote with the large third world blocks against us on all sorts of things. that's partly because they perceive a value in kind of a stance which puts pressure on the united states to take account of them to sort of take them seriously as a nay sayer can only talk. but talk has some not a lot of influence. and second, because we, for our part, the united states does not feel that it's worth extracting through pressure or -- [inaudible] in their real place per se. in the capital city. and the diplomacy with them and real life with them. in substance of how they behave at the u.n. we don't think the u.n. is that important. we don't wind up forcing them to take account of our positions on things many of which matter us. at least in the general assembly. we don't think it's worth the price we have to pay and the real world relationship with them in their own country. and we don't --
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's daughter, allie, who is 10, are you able to -- given the sheer horror of the raw sewage everywhere and the listing vess vessel, et cetera, are you able to calm your girls and try to make this better for them, make this into an adventure for them, or do they know the score? >> oh, yeah, they'll hold of our arm or leg and squeeze like they're not going to let go. it's out of our control, we're just doing the best we can. bekaa is right here. she's going through a lot. would you like to speak to her? >> they know what's going on and it's hard to hide from them the real emergency that this is? >> yeah. they know what's going on, but they also imagine things a lot worse than they really are and that's what's really the hardest for them. they have no idea. you know, the thing caught on fire and my daughter says are we going to sink, you know? so, she's just scared to death. >> have you felt the effects of the emergency stabilization? the power has gone out to the stabilization, and the ship, therefore, lists. have you felt that? >> yeah. we've been going, you can barely walk because it's
gulf war not just to protect its ally from foreign belligerence, but to protect the flourishing oil trade as well. >> i'll give you an example where i think i was wrong, where i'm sure i was wrong. when george bush, the first george bush, went into to kuwait to kick the iraqis out of kuwait he was right. i voted against that because i was afraid, ironically, that george bush, the father, would act the way george bush, the son, did and go too far. >> a powerful iraqi army invaded its trusting and much-weaker neighbor kuwait and moved south to threaten saudi arabia. our goal's defined and familiar. iraq must withdraw from kuwait completely immediately and without condition. this is not, as saddam hussein would have it, the united states against iraq. it is iraq against the world. >> and in libya many observers noted that both american and european companies would be happy to see a more pro-western government in charge. >> you can argue that in terms of the u.s. and western economic interests the fact that libya is again pumping lots of oil and helping keep the price of oil down means
could the economy produce and how fast? german armies moved through europe in 1940, pushing allied forces into the sea at dunkirk. fdr took only tentative steps because of pressures to keep america out of war. in 1940, congress agreed to only token increases in defense production. roosevelt waited until after the presidential election to make his move. on december 29th, he called for a lend-lease program to aid the allies and $1 billion for arms production. we must be the great arsenal of democracy. for us, this is an emergency as serious as war itself. allied losses in europe mounted. plans for american aid increased. special envoys were dispatched to london and moscow to discuss war materials. at home, mobilization committees were set up, bringing together business and labor. robert nathan, the chief economic planner for the arsenal of democracy, recalls that the first problem was convincing depressed industries to expand. the steel industry, with great impact, said, "you're silly." we were down to 15% to 20% of our capacity utilization for some years during the depression. i don
's defense and its relationship with allies. he has re-assembled a group of experts to figure out whether he has the constitutional right to give military help to an ally under attack. >> translator: i reconvened the panel to discuss what japan should do. including how to make the most effective use of our security arrangements with the united states. >> abe told panel members that japan faces a drastically changing security environment. previous prime ministers said they did not think the constitution empowered them to give military help to an ally under attack. abe wants panel members to reexamine the question an figure out what situations would justify his sending that kind of help. panel members gave abe the recommendations they came up with five years ago. they said japanese leaders should change their interpretation of the constitution and help defend allies in certain circumstances. they said one justifiable action would be intercepting a missile heading for the united states. >>> air pollution in china has become so bad it's a health hazard. government officials in japan are worried
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a secretary of defense who's coordinating with our allies to make sure that our troops are getting the kind of strategy and mission they deserve. >> senate majority leader harry reid foos feels that the republicans are more concerned about their futures than what's best. >> nothing is going to change in the next ten days in the qualifications of chuck hagel. the ability to run for senate as a republican in most places in the country you need to have a resume that says filibuster one of the president's nominees. this shouldn't be politics. >> republicans argue that it's all part of the process. it's not uncommon to uphold c confirmation of one of the president's nominee. >> reporter: it isn't the filibuster. anymore than it was the case than in 2005, 2006 and other times when we had a nominee put forth by president bush who was objected to by the democrats. >> senate john mccain offered a different rational. one that dates back to the bush presidency. >> there's a lot of ill will towards senator hagel because he was a republican he attacked president bush mercilessly at one point said that h
and could even see treaty allies that would be required, for example, logistics and the like want to stay out of it because they question whether we are committed to it and it said it would drag them in and leave them exposed to the situation in which stability had to start good to conflict and violence. >> just really quickly because fred's comments reminded me of a concluding remark i wanted to make in the opening statement, but it's important to bring us back to the larger political discussion. not only are we failing to manage the world in a way that will leave our children with a safer environment and judging by the faces and looking at you people, with a been a lot of work for you to do. but we're leaving many last name to deal with it. and not just because we demobilizing after a war, even if you accept that paradigm. it's because the money is going to entitlement programs. the money you might want to be mobilized to defend yourselves of the future is going to be in my baby boomer retirement health care accounts. we can either try to do it then, take away entitlements in a crisis c
money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. lou: we thought you'd be gerrilou:e thought you'd be interested to hear the heated debate over the state of california and the red state of the great state of texas. listen to the new radio ad the governor of texas rick perry is airing in california. >> building a business is tough. building a busins in california is near impossible. come check out texas. lou: this battle is going. now listen to governor jerry brown's retort. >> come to california because this is where it is. not going to those places in that state. i say come on come a lot of these texans who come here don't go back. who would want to spend their summers in 110 degrees heat inside some kind of fossil fueled air-contioner? not a smart way to go. lou: there's no reason to insult lubbock i was born in childress texas for full disclosure. which is the best date for business? on employe narrate in california, you have work to do, nine point* 8 percent unemployment. jobs added last year, jobs created, 220, 226,000. but texas, 261,000, and we
/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. lou: russian design sam two and sam three antiaircraft missiles c4 high explosives material found off a ship off the rthern yemen coast. that shipment originated in iran. coordinated with the navy, and mike rogers tells fox it's part of a broader pattern to destabilize the region. joining us, middle east and terrorism analysts dr. ferris. they are caught red-handed here while they -- why is the united states not responding and responding strongly? >> well, first of all, this is not really the first time the iranian regime sent shipments of weapons as far as yemen, northern yemen. they went, imagine all i way through iran to the arabian peninsula, the international waters to get ton an enclave in northern yemen, far from the gulf where we are supposed to be containing them, and that is telling about what iran is doing. that is telling us that our containment policy, the sanctions that we have right now are not really detouring the iranians. it's in bahrain, uae, iraq, and even in other countries in the red sea area. lou:
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history would judge as one of the most important deployments of allied military power in 1945 and i've come here today to personally thank you. the world is watching. >> i've spoken with secretary of state jim baker are reported to me and it's nearly seven hours of conversation with the iraqi foreign minister. secretary baker made it clear that he discerned no evidence whatsoever that iraq was willing to comply with the international community's demand to withdraw from kuwait and comply with united nations resolutions. let me emphasize that i have not given up on a peaceful outcome. it's not too late. the choice of peace or war is really saddam hussein to make. >> just two hours ago, allied air forces began attacking military targets in iraq and kuwait. these attacks continue at high speed. ground forces are not engaged. ♪ >> israel is not a participant. israel is not a combatant in this man is elected to launch a terrorist attack. when the soviet union made such a strong statement, that was very reassuring and we're in close touch with their coalition partners in this coalition i
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with iran but it is a member of the united nations. almost all of our allies have embassies in iran so that is why i note an elected legitimate government whether we agree or not. we have never made any part of a legitimate independent government designated them or made part -- made them part of a terrorist organization. >> that was defense secretary hagel making aeadachele making profound blunder yesterday. any one watching the proceedings could see that the senate committee was shocked as to how ill prepared hagel was. the white house is already in full damage control mode and now a bomb hell report from the new york times eenergied that said one of obama's own advisor said he was baffling and reprehensible. >> name one person in your opinion who is entim dated by the israeli lobby in the united states senate. >> well, first -- >> name one. >> i don't know. >> when you said that the surge would be the most dangerous foreign policy blonder i blunds country since vietnam were you correct or incorrect, yes, or no? >> my reference to the surge being dangerous -- >> the question is were y
person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. >>> in order to restore trust, we've got to make sure that taxpayer funds are not subsidizing excessive compensation packages on wall street. >> well so much for that. how about double down, that's sure to bring taxpayers down, just as we're learning 68 executives at three bailed out company getting annual pay packages of $1 million. and get this, we also found out taxpayers stand to lose $27 billion from the financial bailout. the last time they said it would be 22 billion. charlie? >> the gift that never stops giving. >> ed whitaker of gm is coming out with a new book which is on my desk. >> rewe paid for that, too? >> i don't know. it was a reviewer's copy. >> really, this is outrageous! you cover the banks. we bail them out, we chastise them, beat them up in public, we fine them. but the people in the banks, they get richer! >> i believe the former treasury secretary jack lew should be in there at some point. tim geithner, he was probably one of the -- if you were a republican, you would see front page editori
be no second front in 1942, allied front stalin could use to divert troops from the soviet from lines. churchill took u.s. ambassador harriman with him to show the allies were united in this important strategic decision. after a full day of meetings stalin invited churchill to the kremlin for a good buy dinner and what a dinner that was. as the two men and their interpreters serving themselves, no service in the kremlin, a full banquet, enough for 30 people, topped off with a pig's head. stalin opened his penknife, cleaned out the head, scraped out a piece of meat which he offered to churchill on the end of his knife. churchill polite refused, not able to show his discussed to his new allies but commenting later to his doctor that the food was filthy. that is a quote. no matter, church about what he wanted and stalin agreed to the strategy. let me spend a few minutes on what i mean when i say churchill at attention to detail was stunning. redesigned a table at his country home chart well, it was to be round, six feet in diameter, told his wife to order shares with arms to allow for re
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, the president's chief ally, russia, with the help of the syrian national coalition, the foreign minister spoke to us on the sidelines of the security council meeting in munich. he says he wants to keep in regular contact with syrian opposition. iran is another staunch ally of the syrian president. after the 45 minute meeting, they talked about a way to remove the regime with the least possible bloodshed. there has been serious opposition to the presence of government subject to the condition including 160,000 prisoners. we will go live from munich, lots to talk about already. we have the defense minister weighing in with his own views. what did he say? >> that is right, syria has remained high on the agenda here on sunday morning. the conference heard from another key regional player, he told the conference that in his view the fall of a sought -- assad was imminent and would deal a heavy blow to his allies in the region, would be made to pay a price. he was asked to comment on reports that israeli jets bombed targets inside syria over the last few days. there was no surprise that he did not l
responding to that challenge. from beijing, north korea's traded ally, kaman now familiar set of words -- north korea's frustrated ally, came a now familiar set of words. >> we hope both sides can do more to ease the situation. >> all this said day after north korea announced that kim jong-un had made a rare decision. all-digital eyes are on the remote mountain range in the northeast of his country, where south korean media reported a delegation of officials had been observed. >> after some of the worst fighting in years in myanmar, kachin rebels are being held in a town on the chinese border. myanmar's military has been using fighter jets, helicopter gunships, and artillery to seize rebel outposts. security forces in mali have captured a top rebel commander. government forces say mohamed moussa ag mouhamed was caught near the new border -- near the border. last week, french and malian troops regained control of three cities that had been held by al qaeda-linked fighters. the french air force is continuing its campaign in northern mali. we have the latest from the capital, bamako. >> t
in 1959. he got a grand reception but back home he has been dealt a big blow. one of his closest allies has been arrested. thought to be the latest in the approach between the president and his approach -- his opponent. more from cairo in a moment. >> the judiciary has not yet said what they have arrested him. one official report said that he was arrested for illegal possession of government property as the head of the social security network. ahmadinejad promoted him cheat -- two years after he was suspended as the prosecutor general. he is charged with the torture and death of protesters following the 2009 election. that prison has since been closed. back in 2003 he was in the custody of a canadian irani and. i will point out that he has never been charged for that. >> mahmoud ahmadinejad's visit to egypt is significant given that it is the first visit by an iranian head of state to egypt in more than 30 years. when president morsi visited in the summer, there was an agreement to reopen official embassies in both countries, but until now we have not seen a full restoration of ties. on
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engulfing syria threatens to spill over into iraq on one side, israel/lebanon on the other and nato ally turkey in the north. a nightmare scenario for the u.s. for syrian civilians the nightmare is here. jihadist fighters funded by u.s. allies, saudi arabia and other persian gulf states are warming into this country. threatening to turn the conflict into a holy war. and syria an incredibly diverse nation of muslims, christians, kurds and many more could totally disintegrate. we met the grand leader of syria today, and staunch ally of assad. he blames his country's suffering on american support for the rebels. the americans, he tell me, live up to your values. in some way the values of the people of damascus aren't that different. they enjoy good food as we did with new friend at lunch downtown. the commuters fight rush hour traffic to get home to their families. look at this place. the merchants hustle to make a buck or a syrian pound. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: in the 1,200-year-old mosque one of the grandest in the word, the people come to find the peace and truth of pray
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